Cheese

Introduction to The Change Your Life Blog Series

…now before you Change Your Life. Sometime in the next year I will have a photo contest for the person who undergoes the most dramatic change. Say cheese! EAT CLEAN, PLAY WELL, RELAX FULLY! Make 2014 your best year yet. Remember, it is a wonderful thought to know the best days of our lives still lay…

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Replacements and Substitutions for Healthier Cooking

…myself, in the kitchen. These substitutions are great to cook with and are much healthier. I hope you enjoy! “Sour Cream” 1 cup low fat cottage cheese 2 Tbsp. nonfat milk 1 Tbsp. lemon juice Combine ingredients in a blender and blend on high speed until smooth. Chill. Use as a topping for baked potatoes…

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Kava and L-Tryptophan for Anxiety

…it in supplement form. Foods with higher L-tryptophan content include: * Wheat germ * Oat flakes * Eggs * Cottage cheese * Avocados * Pork * Salted anchovies * Swiss and Parmesan cheeses * Almonds Like, Kava, there is some concern around L-tryptophan. Until the fall of 1989, supplemental L-tryptophan…

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The Whey to Good Health

…tools you can use to improve and protect your health. Whey is the translucent liquid that separates from the curd when milk coagulates during the cheese-making process. It has grown in popularity because weightlifters and body builders use high-protein diets to achieve increased muscle mass and size…

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The Best Probiotic Foods for Digestive Relief

…stores and health food stores) and White Mountain Bulgarian Yogurt, which is sold mostly throughout the Midwest and East Coast regions. * Cottage cheese: This traditional fermented food is an excellent source of protein, calcium and friendly bacteria. Look for low-salt options. * Whey: Goldilocks may…

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…, high-tech product that was just recently discovered. It’s the translucent liquid that separates from the curd when milk coagulates during the cheese-making process. Ages ago it was praised as an elixir, but more recently it has generally been discarded as waste. Some of the more savvy farmers knew…

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Eat Your Meat, Take Your L-Carnitine

…beef. The amount produced after eating chicken was almost equal to that of beef. These same studies also showed that mushrooms, bread, eggs, and cheese produced higher levels than beef. The greatest food source of TMAO was actually seafood. Halibut produced over 100 times as much TMAO as beef. In this…

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Three Steps to Preventing Digestive Upset

…salads require no hydrochloric acid, but the stomach dumps all the hydrochloric acid in to begin with. Then, when the protein food (meat, fish, beans, cheese, etc.) needs acid, there is none left. * If changing the order of your meal isn’t enough to stop your excessive gas, you may need to take some hydrochloric…

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Kiwi Extract for Better Digestion

…you to digest proteins. Kiwi extract has been observed to help in the digestion of some proteins present in foods, particularly those in yoghurt, cheese, fish, and raw eggs. Actinidin is so helpful in digestion because it behaves in the same way as the natural digestive enzyme, pepsin, produced in the…

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You CAN Prevent Cataracts

…that when histidine is missing in the diet, cataracts may develop in as little as three weeks. Yogurt, wheat germ, granola, oats, ricotta, cottage cheese, and eggs are among foods rich in these amino acids that help rebuild and maintain the eye’s integrity. In supplement form, take 500 mg of each,…

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Whey Protein Powder: Another Immune Booster

…, high-tech product that was just recently discovered. It’s the translucent liquid that separates from the curd when milk coagulates during the cheese-making process. Ages ago it was praised as an elixir, but more recently it has generally been discarded as waste. Some of the more savvy farmers knew…

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